1985 Topps Traded #76T - Tim Lollar
On this day in 1956, Tim Lollar was born.
Tim came to the White Sox through the LaMarr Hoyt trade with the San Diego Padres in 1984. That trade also brought Ozzie Guillen, Luis Salazar and Bill Long to Chicago. Lollar spent the early part of 1985 in the White Sox starting rotation, racking up a 3-5 record with a 4.66 ERA over eighty-three innings. He starting thirteen out of his eighteen pitching appearances. Tim was traded to the Boston Red Sox for Reid Nichols on July 11, 1985.
Despite popular belief, Tim Lollar is not related to popular White Sox catcher Sherm Lollar.